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September 14, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-14

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Federation young leaders cited

Peter Alter

Peter M. Alter, Sally A. Krugel
and Julie A. Borim will be pre-
> sented with the Jewish Welfare
Federation's 1984 Young Leader-
ship Awards at the JWF Board of
Governors meeting on Sept. 25.
Alter will receive the Frank A.
Wetsman Memorial Award. This
award honors a communal leader
of outstanding promise and pro-
vides for the honoree's attendance
at the General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations.
Alter is a board member of the
JWF Culture and Education
budgeting and planning division
and is on the boards of the Jewish
Community Center and the
Jewish Community Council.
He chaired the Attorneys Sec-
tion of the Campaign's profes-
sional service division, was chair-
man of Hadracha and served as
head of the Campaign for the
Young Adult Division. He has
held several key positions in the
United Jewish Appeal's Young
Leadership Cabinet and has been
president of the Michigan
regional advisory board of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
Mrs. Krugel will receive the
Sylvia Simon Greenberg Award.
Mrs. Krugel is an officer of Feder-
ation's Women's Division, in
which she has held various Cam-
paign and education roles, and
serves on the national agencies
budgeting and planning division
and the board of Resettlement
Service.
In addition, she has served as
regional chairman of the UJA

Julie Borim

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Young Women's Leadership
Cabinet and is an officer of the
Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens.
Ms. Borim is the recipient of the
William H. Boesky Memorial
Award. This award is presented to
active Young Adult Division
members in recognition of their
leadership efforts.
Ms. Borim has been active in
the YAD for several years and has
served as its president and chair-
man of its executive committee.
She was vice chairman of the di-
vision's Campaign telethon and
co-chaired its school and youth
committee.
She also has served as division
liaison to Federation's Commu-
nity Services budgeting and
planning division, the Sinai Hos-
pital board of directors and the
Holocaust sub-committee of the
Jewish Community Council.

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luncheon program and special so-
cials.
Class sizes are limited. For in-
formation and application, call
Educational Director Stuart J.
Rogoff at the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 115.

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Cataract support
group to gather

The Cataract and Eye Care In-
stitute's Cataract Support Group
will give a slide presentation on
"Journey Into Vision" on Thurs-
day, at 3 p.m. at Franklin Club
Apts.
The public is invited. Admis-
sion is free.

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Teen study program still takes
registration for fall semester

Registration is still being taken
for the Jewish Community Center
Teen Study Program which meets
at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the main
Center complex.
Classes are offered for teens .in
grades eight through 11. Jewish
Center and synagogue affiliation
are not required for admission.
Financial assistance is available
to those who qualify.
Topics for the 1984-1985 school
year include: Values in Jewish
Life Today, Making Jewish
Decisions/Facing Jewish Dilem-
mas, Judaism Lives Through Us,
The Jewish Life Cycle and Com-
parative Religions.
Supplemental activities in-
clude a monthly dinner /speaker
series, a winter Tamarack

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